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Share. A smashing return to the steampunk Wild West.   By Cam Shea [UPDATE: I’ve now tested the game on all platforms – PC, Switch, PS4 and PS Vita – and the good news is they’re all basically on par. The main difference, obviously, is that the Switch version can be taken on the road,
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Share. Undertale’s clever understanding of the RPG mindset and fantastic writing make it an unforgettable experience unique to games. By Kallie Plagge Some spoilers for Undertale follow. I finished my first playthrough of Undertale in stunned silence. My journey had begun with dumb puns and silly puzzles, but the end affected me in a way
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Share. Ragnarok rocks. By Meghan Sullivan It’s not easy to capture lightning in a bottle once, let alone twice. Yet developer Vanillaware has managed to do exactly that. Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir is an absolutely amazing remake of their 2007 sidescrolling action RPG that recreates and enhances everything I adored about the original, while strengthening and
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Share. Life is simply unfair, don’t you think? By Michael Koczwara A man is strapped to a chair with a revolver pointed to his head. Three of the six rounds are live, but there is no telling which will fire next. Refuse to pull the trigger and the nearby incinerator is set ablaze with a
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Share. Severed’s fun is cut short by boring status effects and long fights. By Miranda Sanchez Twisted and bright, Severed’s world is strange, beautiful, and largely remains a mystery by the end. This first-person touch-screen action game isn’t really big on its story, which would be fine if it its combat didn’t lose its appeal
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Share. This classic comedy adventure doesn’t look its age, but it sometimes acts it. By Mike Rougeau There’s plenty to appreciate in Full Throttle Remastered even if you didn’t play the original back when it was released by LucasArts in 1995. It’s a darkly humorous adventure set in a Wild West-like near future, where the
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Share. It’s also the deepest, most punishing, and tense dungeon. By Dan Stapleton Update: Darkest Dungeon has been nominated for IGN’s 2016 Game of the Year.  Like most fiendish things, Darkest Dungeon appears much simpler and more benign than it is. Its grim but expressive hand-drawn art style, combined with how you only ever see your
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